Early Modern Irish

Early Modern Irish (Irish: Gaeilge Chlasaiceach, lit.'Classical Irish') represented a transition between Middle Irish and Modern Irish.[1] Its literary form, Classical Gaelic, was used in Ireland and Scotland from the 13th to the 18th century.[2][3]

Early Modern Irish
Early Modern Gaelic
fol. 170r of the Book of Ballymote (1390), the Auraicept na n-Éces explaining the Ogham script.
Native toScotland, Ireland
Era13th to 18th century
Early forms
Standard forms
Language codes
ISO 639-3ghc

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